Featured Program Management Successful Outcomes

 

    • We served as the Program Management Consultant for three major capital construction programs for the Jefferson County Board of County Commissioners in Golden, Colorado, including construction of a $35 million Detention Facility, an $11 million Human Services Building, and a $60 million Courthouse.  Our services included the development of the Owner/Contractor Form of Agreement, and General and Supplementary Conditions of Contract that were used  on each of these projects; performance of a claims mitigation review of the projects’ bid documents prior to putting them out for bid; development of comprehensive project management procedures that were utilized by the Owner’s project team in managing the various projects; and training of client personnel in claims avoidance and critical path method scheduling.  Additional services included the review and evaluation of contractor bids; on-site project management efforts that included implementing the comprehensive project controls requirements prescribed in the various contracts; change order pricing and time extension analysis; assistance in the administration of the Architect’s Contract (that included setting priorities with respect to the review and return of shop drawings and submittals, and response to Contractor RFIs); and providing oversight of the performance of the Owner, Contractor(s), and Architect(s) in terms of ensuring that each of the parties carried out their obligations in accordance with the terms of their respective contracts.  All three programs were completed on-time (as adjusted for approved time extensions), within budget and were closed-out successfully.

 

  •  We served as the Program Manager for the New York City Museum of Modern Art (MoMA) in regard to the fit-out construction of the $40 million Education and Research Center in New York.  Our services included providing assistance in the development of the Owner/Contractor Form of Agreement and Conditions of Contract that were used on the Project; development of project management procedures that were utilized by the Owner’s project team in managing the work; and on-site project management efforts that included implementing the comprehensive project controls requirements prescribed in the Owner/General Contractor Agreement; change order evaluation and time extension analysis; assistance in the administration of the Architect’s Contract; and providing oversight of the performance of the Owner, Contractor(s), and Architect(s) in terms of ensuring that each of the parties carried out their obligations in accordance with the terms of their respective contracts. The Project was completed on time and within budget in accordance with the Owner’s objectives and all outstanding issues were negotiated and resolved at the completion of construction.